Legenda Maior de San Buenaventura

Legenda Maior de San Buenaventura Facsimile Edition

Possibly Umbria (Italy) — 13th century

Legenda Maior de San Buenaventura

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Description
Legenda Maior de San Buenaventura

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Codicology

Alternative Titles
Legenda Maior von San Buenaventura
Size / Format
148 pages / 22.0 × 16.5 cm
Origin
Italy
Date
13th century
Style
Language
Script
Gothic Textura Rotunda
Illustrations
164 small-format miniatures
Content
Legendary biography of St. Francis of Assisi
Previous Owners
Fr. Juan de Nápoles
Fr. Pedro Manero
Counts of Chinchón
Fr. Luis Iglesias
Fr. José María Laso de Vega

Available facsimile editions:
Legenda Maior de San Buenaventura  – Archivo del Convento Franciscano Cardenal Cisneros (Madrid, Spain) Facsimile Edition
Ars Magna – Madrid, 2001
Limited Edition: 560 copies

Legenda Maior de San Buenaventura  – Archivo del Convento Franciscano Cardenal Cisneros (Madrid, Spain) Facsimile Edition
AyN Ediciones – Madrid, 2001
Limited Edition: 560 copies
Facsimile Editions

#1 Legenda Maior de San Buenaventura

Ars Magna – Madrid, 2001

Publisher: Ars Magna – Madrid, 2001
Limited Edition: 560 copies
Commentary: 1 volume by Jürgen Werinhard Einhorn, Luis Pérez, and Pilar Hernández Carravilla
Language: Spanish
1 volume: Exact reproduction of the original document (extent, color and size) Reproduction of the entire original document as detailed as possible (scope, format, colors). The binding may not correspond to the original or current document binding.
Price Category: €€ (1,000€ - 3,000€)
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#2 Legenda Maior

AyN Ediciones – Madrid, 2001

Publisher: AyN Ediciones – Madrid, 2001
Limited Edition: 560 copies
Commentary: 1 volume
Language: Spanish
Price Category: €€ (1,000€ - 3,000€)
Edition available
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